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Police carry out drug raids at new Exeter estate

By Exeter Express and Echo  |  Posted: January 10, 2014

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Police have carried out drug raids following reports of anti-social behaviour at the new estate at the Rydons, Exeter.

The first warrant was issued on January, 3 at Batavia Drive, The Rydons, which saw one male aged 26 arrested on suspicion of possession with the intent to supply class A drug.

The male has been bailed until March 2014 for further enquiries.

Then on January 7 at Omaha Drive, The Rydons, another warrant was executed.

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One female aged 32 was arrested on suspicion of possession with the intent to supply class B drugs following a positive result.

The female has been bailed until March 2014 for further enquiries.

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  • kazfielder  |  January 11 2014, 10:44AM

    Thank you Burt12345 for your confirmation, I thought as much. And RLYNN71 I have nothing against social housing, I was born and brought up in socail housing but in the days when your council house was appreciated and looked after. I have the suffered the backlash of people who were helped into social housing and abused the property and the people arounf them terribly - so no, i am not nasty I am just a realist!

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  • burt12345  |  January 10 2014, 8:40PM

    both are Social Housing blocks.........

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  • rlynn71  |  January 10 2014, 7:58PM

    kazfielder where in the article does it say someone from council housing was arrested or even involved? Maybe you should take your nasty,elitist comments and stuff them along with your assumptions!

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  • rlynn71  |  January 10 2014, 7:54PM

    kazfielder where in this article does it say anyone from council housing was arrested or even involved? Maybe you should take your nasty elitist comments and stuff them along with your assumptions!

  • kazfielder  |  January 10 2014, 10:58AM

    I bet you that those culprits were from the 'compulsory Social Housin'g houses - the poor ******s that have paid thousands of pounds for their houses are always blighted in any new housing estate by the Social Housing recipients - why can't the Exeter City Council 'vet' people and give the nice houses to those that deserve it - e.g., have been recorded as paying their rents on time, paying their bills on time, keeping their houses and garden tidy and no criminal record. It is not a god given right to have a Council House - it should be earnt!

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